Might Be In Over My Head…Maybe?

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I have a definitive perspective on buying for baby. In general, invest in items you know or want to last the test of time, recycle old ones where you can, go inexpensive on the “throw away” items and find bargains on everything. After all, who needs retail. So when it came to furniture for our baby girl’s nursery, I looked… Continue reading

Making Heads and Tails Out of Baby Registry Options www.wifemomhouseohmy.comSo you are pregnant and one of the most exciting and daunting things to do is register for baby. These days there are so many stores out there that have “baby registries” and even more that are combo registries. From Pottery Barn Kids to Land of Nod to IKEA, everyone is getting in on the market. And then there are… Continue reading

As much as I loved creating our baby girl’s alphabet for her nursery, I have to admit it’s time consuming nature had me looking for a simple solution for her growth chart. I had looked online and in store for something that fit the theme and colors of her nursery but nothing quite met my vision. So that meant another… Continue reading

Hands down I was through the roof excited for our little miracle when we found out she was on her way. I thought of her little feet and her little hands and holding her and every single delight, joy, worry and fear that runs through a new mom-to-be’s mind.  But one delight that had actually been mulling in my… Continue reading

Yes I’ve been absent again and while it seems like a bad habit, I actually have exciting news and reason for my delay. For pretty much September and October and off and on during November and December, I’ve basically been living on my couch with horrible nausea, intense sciatic pain in my booty and legs, back… Continue reading

Monday Munchies: Spaghetti Squash with Ground Turkey Cream Red Sauce www.wifemomhouseohmy.comOne of the new things for me with my new health and wellness program is figuring out healthy low glycemic meals. A definite go to for many people is spaghetti squash. So I have tried spaghetti squash before…yeah…it didn’t go well. I threw out the whole thing. I was definitely hesitant to try it again. BUT I needed to find… Continue reading

Here it is, my New Year’s Eve scrapbooking page. Everything was done using My Memories software and their Countdown Kit and Countdown Extra Monograms collections. I loved the whole set and the hardest part was picking which of the amazing elements I would use.

Layering is probably the most profound tool a scrapbooker has but even more so when it… Continue reading

So You Want Your Child to go to College...Ok...How: The Dreaded Essay www.wifemomhouseohmy.comWhile the college application gives all the demographic and quantitative information a college could need to make a decision on your child’s numerical qualifications for admittance, it doesn’t really give a lot of insight into who your child is…if they really want a child like yours for their school. Enter the dreaded college essays! Dun-dun-dun. Ok I know its cheesy… Continue reading

So You Want Your Child To Go To College...Ok...How: The College Application www.wifemomhouseohmy.comWhen it comes to applying to college, the essay can be the most frightening and daunting part. But the application is equally important. In fact, you can guarantee that no question asked on a college application is not ask without a specific intent or purpose. I remember my high school counselor telling me these exact words and they rang true… Continue reading

Monday Munchies: Fast White Chili with Turkey Recipe www.wifemomhouseohmy.comIt is definitely different but I am happily adjusting to a low glycemic lifestyle ever since starting my new health plan. One thing I am finding is that I can still enjoy many of my favorite style meals just with a little adjustment. While I still think I can partake in my traditional chili recipe, I did… Continue reading

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